'Travelled stone' M S Baird
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Topographical study of a glacial erratic, which was moved by ice and wind from its original location in 1799. It is here described as the 'Travelled Stone near Castle-Stuart' and elsewhere as the 'Travelled Stone of Petty'. The rock is shown with two figures in Scottish dress, one kneeling on the rock with a plumb-line; the other behind, holding a boat-hook. Plate 13 accompanying the paper 'Account of the Travelled Stone near Castle Stuart, Inverness-shire', by Thomas Lauder Dick, Memoirs of the Wernerian Natural History Society, v.3 1817-1820, pp.251-259 (Edinburgh, 1821).
- Image reference: RS-12358
- The Royal Society
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